Today we launched our new Codeplex look and feel that I previewed a few weeks ago. As I said then, we’ve redoubled our effort on Codeplex and you should expect to see it evolve fairly rapidly. First Git support, now a new look.
Last week we rolled out an update to TFSPreview. The majority of it was underlying plumbing changes to improve operations, diagnostics, cost, etc. As we roll off our TFS 11 work, we’ll see more and more of our effort show up as new service capabilities.
Over the past couple of years there’s been a growing connection between development and operations. The “old” world where development teams throw applications over the wall at ops is disappearing the same way the world where developers threw applications over the wall at test did.
About a week ago, we shipped a Beta the first version of the Team Foundation Server Power Tools that work with VS 11 and are optimized to work with TFS 11. This will be a bit shorter than a full announcement post because it’s a Beta and it’s not complete yet.